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Search re-opened for international programs position

The search for a vice provost for International and U.S.-Mexico Border Programs at New Mexico State University has been re-opened, said Nancy A. Oretskin, director of the university's U.S.-Mexico Conflict Resolution Center and chair of the search committee.


ng of applications will begin in mid-May and continue until the position is filled.

The vice provost for International and U.S.-Mexico Border Programs is responsible for providing leadership for the development, implementation and coordination of international programs and service for the university system. The vice provost will provide coordination of existing programs and pursue new opportunities to develop international programs while expanding the university's focus on the U.S.-Mexico border region.

Search committee members include Ida Baca, interim associate vice provost of the university's International Programs Office; Paul Bosland, professor of agronomy and horticulture; Susan Brown, director of the Center for Learning Assistance; Elba Garcia-Burke, vice president for government and corporate affairs for the National Association for Hispanic Education; Jose Garcia, director of the Center for Latin American and Border Studies; Herman Garcia, head of the curriculum and instruction department; Ken Hammond, head of the history department; Benjamin N. Matta, associate professor of economics; Molly Molloy, head of the University Library's Southwest/Border Research Center; Jaime Ramirez-Angulo, professor in the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering; Janet Tanski, associate professor of economics; and student representatives Kathryn Brack and Maria Isabel Tun.

Information about the university's Center for International Programs is available on the Web at http://www.nmsu.edu/~cip.

Karl Hill
April 18, 2002